D&D 5E Which D&D books currently scheduled for 2023 are you interested in?

Which D&D books currently scheduled for 2023 are you interested in?

  • Keys from the Golden Vault

    Votes: 51 35.9%
  • Glory of the Giants

    Votes: 63 44.4%
  • The Book of Many Things

    Votes: 78 54.9%
  • Phandelver Campaign

    Votes: 78 54.9%
  • Planescape

    Votes: 90 63.4%

I mean... maybe they could innovate and print it all in tiny, tiny font? And then sell an official reading device add-on?
I mean, losers could always just use their own magnifier to read it. But truly discriminating consumers of the under-monetized D&D lifestyle brand would never consider that. Instead, they would purchase an official Elminster's Embiggening Eyeglass for only $19.99.
They could just improve the page count. If Spelljammer had been like 16 pages more for each book, it would have been just fine.
 

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They could just improve the page count. If Spelljammer had been like 16 pages more for each book, it would have been just fine.
I’d personally vote for ditching the DM screen and pumping the three books to 96 pages each. I’m also not convinced we need a new MM for Planescape - Mordenkainens’ already has a bunch of info on the Blood War, as example - maybe a ‘the players chant’ / ‘the dark of the planes’ / ‘the infinite staircase’ split would be a good divide.
 

Dannyalcatraz

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I dislike using ignore, but I probably will at this point…
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Use or don’t use the ignore function- that’s your choice. Chirping about who and why you choose to use it on and your personal view of them can get you moderated. You get a freebie on this instance; the future may yield different results.
 


Parmandur

Book-Friend
I’d personally vote for ditching the DM screen and pumping the three books to 96 pages each. I’m also not convinced we need a new MM for Planescape - Mordenkainens’ already has a bunch of info on the Blood War, as example - maybe a ‘the players chant’ / ‘the dark of the planes’ / ‘the infinite staircase’ split would be a good divide.
I dunno, lots of other weird stuff from 2E that's not in the game yet, and nigh infinite room for.making up new Planar weirdness.
 

Whizbang Dustyboots

100% that gnome
I’d personally vote for ditching the DM screen and pumping the three books to 96 pages each. I’m also not convinced we need a new MM for Planescape - Mordenkainens’ already has a bunch of info on the Blood War, as example - maybe a ‘the players chant’ / ‘the dark of the planes’ / ‘the infinite staircase’ split would be a good divide.
If nothing else, "The Dark of the Planes" really needs to be the name of the setting book in the slipcase.
 

If nothing else, "The Dark of the Planes" really needs to be the name of the setting book in the slipcase.
Were I running the project - which, sadly, I am not - I think upon reflection, I would go with “Shemeskas’ Guide to the Wheel”, “The Dark of the Planes”, and “The Great Modron March”. Rope Mr. DiTerlizzi back in for the alt covers, of course.

Edit: And have something involving the Nameless One and Mort.
 





Maxperson

Morkus from Orkus
I don't need tons of detail on Sigil......I'm not sure how people use that much detail. What I'd like is more on the Outlands and a great bestiary / NPC book. I'm unsure on what I want from the adventure, as I just haven't LOVED much other than the box sets lately.
While I would like a detailed Sigil(I use detailed cities all the time), I would rather have a detailed setting expanding the outlands and all of the inner and outer planes. And a bestiary. I can use my 2e Sigil if I need the detail for the city.
 


I feel like the book of many things is going to be a dumping ground of “all the rules we made for 5e that we don’t have a place for in 6e but need to profit in anyway”

I am excited for both Planescape and am curious on Phandelver
 




Parmandur

Book-Friend
I think it's filled with magic items and other stuff, not a bunch of rules
We don't have much info about it, but the tidbits we have so far suggest that it's a bit of a weird smorgasbord organized around the cards in the Deck of Many Things. Stuff like mini Sdventures, Dungeons, NPCs, etc. Very curious what it looks like.
 



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